May it spark a fire within you! Go here you will find links to various bookstores.
We’re listing a Goodreads galley giveaway for For Brown Girls with Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts from Sunday, May 2–Sunday, May 9. SIGN UP here
"Nashville-based Nicaraguan writer and speaker Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez is among the most brilliant Latina thinkers of our generation. In For Brown Girls with Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts: A Love Letter to Women of Color, a forthcoming book inspired by a 2016 essay, the founder of Latina Rebels explores
My first Spanish-speaking podcast! En este episodio tenemos de invitada a la escritora Nicaragüense Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez, creadora de la plataforma poderosa Latina Rebels, con quién conversamos sobre sus experiencias como persona latina residente en los EEUU, sobre divorcio y sobre divinidad. ¡Hacemos episodios cada semana para que conozcas
I met Neddy a few years ago but only recently got around to joining her for her podcast. Neddy is one down ass Latina who is passionate about Latinx Queer Liberation. The description of our episode: "Joining me today is Prisca Dorcas, founder of @latinarebels. You may know her from
I got to participate in this wonderful anthology about the formidable AOC. Get your copy here. Medium has released a wonderful review (link HERE), Cosmopolitan.com included AOC in their list of The 12 Books You’ll Be Desperate to Read This Summer, and Autostraddle included it in their list
I was interviewed by Nashville therapist Josh Treece, who I met through a mutual friend and we talked about one of my favorite movies, "August Rush" and how that movie relates to my own life. Tune in here.
Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez "Less than 10 years ago, discussion of our Latinidad on social platforms or any mainstream media was basically nonexistent. There were perhaps a handful of outlets that centered around Latin culture, though they rarely touched on the nuances of the Latin diaspora. Around the mid-2010s, though,
When I write I cry, because writing makes me remember who I am. This quote is from a much larger piece that is set to be in an anthology about Food by one of my favorite food love advocates, and it is set to have some pretty badass folks participating
It is hard to forget “firsts.” You’ll always remember the name of your first partner, your first crush and your first kiss, and you won’t shake the memory of the first time you snuck out of your house, had sex or got your period. I remember all my
Title: Latina Rebels turn to memes, humor to rethink media on hot-button issues "When Prisca Dorcas, founder of Latina Rebels, was in graduate school at mostly white Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, frequent race-driven microaggressions made her feel isolated and confused. Without a physical place to vent her frustrations and